NTNU is a research-intensive university with an international focus. NTNU has eight faculties, the University Museum and University Library, 42 000 students and 7400 full-time equivalent employees. The university is host or partner for 35 large research centres. The Department of Information Security and Communication Technology (IIK) conducts internationally competitive research in several areas of cybersecurity, information security, communication networks and networked services. We host the Center for Cyber and Information Security (NTNU-CCIS) and the national Research School of Computer and Information Security (COINS). NTNU-CCIS is a national centre for research, education and competence development within cyber and information security. NTNU CCIS is a public-private partnership with 50 partners from industry, the public sector, and academia. NTNU CCIS is member of the European Cyber Security Organization (ECSO). The Department also hosts the Norwegian Centre for Cybersecurity in Critical Sectors (NORCICS), a Research-based Innovation center funded jointly by the Research Council of Norway and its participating industry and public sector partners.
Role in the project
NTNU leads Task 6.1 Cyber-hygiene Energy Stakeholders’ Input & Methodology and participates in the rest of the tasks of WP6 (AR/VR-aided Cybersecurity Training & Certification in EPES). NTNU also contributes to WP1 Project Management and Coordination, WP2 ELECTRON Architecture, Demonstration Scenarios and Security & Privacy Requirements and WP10 Dissemination, Exploitation & Clustering Activities.